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1:26 proud too be an American
I spy with my little eye a confederate flag LOL
they don't give you brand new phone ...ONLY REFURBISHED one...i told them why should i get refurbished one ? my phone is only two months old and works great .the only problem was just cracked screen on the corner....VERIZON and ASSURIAN suck ....they said $29.00 for the broken screen...they said they couldn't fix the screen and give me refurbished one and had to pay $199.00...Don't get too exited playa you got refurbished one ....
Why does he have a confederate flag. Not tryna start stuff but what does it represent to you.
Praying that my new iPhone x S max come today
There is a scam text
There is a scam text message being sent out in mass right now stating to the effect of:
“AT&T Free Msg: SHELDON! You came in 2nd in the Connecticut AT&T CONTEST! Claim the iPhone12 here: URL, or show this code at AT&T store 1z87896”
This message is sent from multiple spoofed phone numbers and uses a vast array of website addresses.
Even the exact wording is different from message to message.
In most cases, the message begins with your first name which was acquired via an open-source database.
The position you ranked in the contest changes at random as well.
If you do click the link, which we highly recommend against, your mobile device could become infected with spyware, malware, or a virus intended to steal your personal information.
Should your mobile device be secure you won't have to worry much about your phone automatically downloading one of these infections.
The webpage will appear legit and will ask you a series of questions requesting you prove your identity. This is a phishing scheme designed to steal your personal information including but not limited to banking info.
These websites are reported as scams and taken off the internet very quickly so if you try to click the link and the website is gone, that means you were too slow to get scammed.
How far did you get into this scam? Did you click the link? Please warn others in the comments below.
Came in 1st? ?? what place you get? ?
I came in 1st place! & now I’m changing my phone company because I’ve never gotten scam messages when I was with Boost Mobile ????????
Glad I searched before clicking the link
How bizarre that you used my name in your example!
I clicked it, but 6 days after receipt and the link was dead. Looks like I lucked out